September 21st, 2013

The Melvins released their major-label debut Houdini, 20 years ago today.

Pictured above: The Melvins with engineer Jonathan Burnside (second from left) and Kurt Cobain, during the Houdini sessions. Cobain is credited as a producer on the album. 

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